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Featured Gear – Retro STA-Level

Meet the Retro STA-Level, a classic big hitter re-imagined for the modern studio.  We’ve been writing a series of posts about studio gear, featuring some of our favorite equipment.  Our intent is to educate DIY musician, independent producers and engineers about studio equipment and help them select an appropriate facility for their next project.  This  Continue Reading »

Featured Gear – Solid State Logic AWS 948

Last week we began writing a series of posts about studio gear, featuring our ‘Bock 251’ microphone.  Our intent is to educate the DIY musician / independent producers and engineers about studio equipment and help them select an appropriate facility for their next project.  This week, we focus on the biggest piece of gear in  Continue Reading »

Featured Gear – The Bock 251

It is estimated that there are well over 2,000 recording studios in the United States today. That number pales in comparison to the nearly 12,000 Starbucks dotting our landscape from sea to shining sea. Nonetheless, 2,000 professional studios are still a daunting number of facilities to sort through (ain’t nobody got time for that). Recording  Continue Reading »

The Rattle Room Holiday Party

Friday Dec 6th, 7-10PM Join us for our very 1st open house event!  We thought it would be fun to kick off the holidays and get you familiar with our studio while in party mode!!!!  Enjoy light snacks and refreshments while you check out the studio and rub elbows with other producers, engineers and musicians  Continue Reading »

Tuning The Engineer – A quick stretch goes a long way

If you’re an engineer or producer, you probably spend way too much time in the studio hunched over a workstation or console and eating junky food.  Getting a break, let alone getting out of your chair can be a rare occurrence. These bad habits could lead to obesity, high blood pressure, poor posture, aches n’  Continue Reading »